PUBLIC NOTICE AS OF MAY 7, 2020
The Fairfield County Airport Authority
Board Meeting on Monday, May 11, 2020
will be held as a virtual meeting at 6:00 p.m.
To join, please call: tel:+18775684106,725244765# .
For Public Comment, contact Staci Knisley at:
staci.knisley@fairfieldcountyohio.gov or
Phone: 740-243-1405

INVITATION TO BID

Postponed until further notice


INVITATION TO BID FOR THE AIRPORT SNOW REMOVAL EQUIPMENT
- (SRE) FACILITY
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Postponed until further notice
SEALED BIDS FOR AIRPORT PROJECT TO REHABILITATE APRON B & C1
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AIRPORT DETAILS

ICAO: KLHQ
ELV: 868 ft.
VAR: 06W
Runway: 10/28
Length/Width: 5004' x 75'
  Latitude: 39-45-20.2983N
  Longitude: 082-39-25.5475
Single Wheel WT.:  25,500lbs.
Double Wheel WT.: 38,500lbs.
PAPI: 3.5
Approaches:
   RNAV (GPS) RWY 10   
   RNAV (GPS) RWY 28
   VOR or GPS - A
WX ASOS: 740-681-1097 or 118.75
Fuel: JET A-1+, 100LL
Two underground fuel storage tanks for Avgas and Jet fuel with continuous fueling with credit card.

Truck with Jet A fuel is available through the airport manager:
Sundowner Aviation (740-654-7001).

Overnight T-hangar rent is $25
Overnight ramp fee is $5
  (without fuel purchase)
Preheat is $25
Catering can be arranged with the airport manager Sundowner Aviation
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The Fairfield County Airport serves the growing Route 33 Corridor and the southeastern Metro Columbus area. With only three stoplights between the airport and downtown Columbus, travelers can make the 26-mile drive to the city center in less than 30 minutes. When you add the convenience of the easy access from plane to car as well as avoiding the busy traffic patterns over Columbus, using the Fairfield County Airport becomes a great alternative to busier airports in the region. Its proximity to Lancaster and the Hocking Hills make it the primary airport for access to those areas. For more information, please contact us here.

Fairfield County is also a great place to start or expand your business. It’s the second fastest growing county in the fastest growing region in the Midwest and sits right between Ohio University and Ohio State. Plus, with an abundance of water, natural gas, and low-cost land, it can fit most business’ growth needs. For more information, contact the Fairfield 33 Alliance.
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